Quality Management System (GTG QMS)
Geotechnical Group carries out materials testing at its permanent facility in such a way to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and to satisfy the needs of the customer and the national organizations.
Geotechnical Group Scope of Testing refer: Annexure: 2, Scope of Accreditation, (Doc. Ref: GTG-QMS-SOA-001)
Geotechnical Group has been developed and implemented the QMS Procedure, Work instruction to perform the laboratory activities. Geotechnical group each employees have been aware about their job description and responsibilities, authorities.
Geotechnical Group testing method and works are based on the international and national testing method, those requirements have been followed by all technical personnel in our organization and those external origin testing requirements have been updated as per publisher updates.
All testing activities are carried out at the permanent facility premises in the address provided.
Geotechnical Group is an independent entity, where its key personnel are only involved with the activities of the laboratory, and do not hold any other external key positions nor are involved in other external activities thus giving the key personnel total freedom and eliminates any form of real or potential conflict of interest. The Management does not have a direct influence on the reporting of results. Geotechnical and its employees are free from any undue commercial, financial and other pressures which might influence their technical judgment. Geotechnical and its personnel do not participate in any activities, which reduce their level of competence.
The Quality Manual describes the policies, objectives, responsibilities, structure and application of the Quality Management System
Quality Management Procedures
These procedures detail the requirements to be followed by the Departments for managing contracts and processing their own functions. These company procedures may be supplemented or superseded by client/project specific procedures to meet client requirements.
The job specification defines the job responsibilities, authorities of each personnel and shall be maintained by the Administration Department.
Work Instructions (WI) or Method Statement / Flow charts/ Do’s & Don’ts
Written as required to meet the customer / contract requirement or to provide instructions or guidance where the lack of such instructions will adversely affect the management system. They include detailed instructions on how the work is carried out and determines the acceptable standard for final product.
(I) Method Statement / Flow Charts / Do’s and Don’ts
These are prepared, to identify how specific activities are to be carried out. These will be identified /referred in the department procedures.
(II) Inspection & Test Plans
These are prepared to identify the inspection and test requirements to be adopted during all stages of the product.
Standards, Forms & Records
These documents are produced as a result of the implementation of the Quality Management System and are identified within individual procedures and instructions. All company-approved forms are included within the Testing& Quality Process Control.
(III) Work Instruction (or) Method Statement / Flow Charts / Do’s and Don’ts
These are prepared, to identify how specific activities are to be carried out. These will be identified /referred in the department procedures
(IV) Inspection & Test Plans
These are prepared to identify the inspection and testing requirements to be adopted during all stages of the product.
(V) Testing Method (National & International Standards)
These standard methods are identified as per inspection and testing requirements to be carried out as per national and international standard and ensure that tested subjected is meet the requirement or not. To be reported as standard requirements.
These records are produced as a result of the implementation of the Quality Management System and are identified within individual procedures and instructions. All company-approved forms are included within the Testing& Quality Process Control.
Geotechnical group is committed to continually improving the effectiveness of its systems through the use of the quality policy, quality objectives, audit results, analysis of data, corrective and preventative actions and management review.